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Amazing Mokume Gane
Visit us and take a look at real Mokumegane with your bare eyes! You will be amazed at the Japanese craftsmanship. Please touch and feel the 400-year immortal technique.
Sparkling sakura diamond
Look at real sakura diamond with your bare eyes! You will be amazed at the beautiful cherry blossom in the center of the diamond. Please enjoy the delicate sparkle of the diamond.
Our Mokumegane experts will help you with finding the best design and Mokumegane combination for you. Plenty of Mokumegane sample rings are waiting for you. We treasure the process of finding your wedding rings as a part of your wedding. By all means, please enjoy finding your one-of-a-kind wedding rings by listening to Japanese traditional technique and touching the actual Mokumegane rings.
Mokumeganeya collects, studies and conserves significant works of Mokume Gane and its relevants.
We present a few of them in our showroom for customers to experience and enjoy.
Tsuba with woodgrain pattern
Signed“Made by Masamichi, a resident of Edo”
Late-Edo period/18th century
Materials: Shakudo, Copper
This Tsuba is the work of the famed Ito school, one of the well-kown Edo tsuba schools.
The patterns here are unusual for mokume-gane, with a speckled pattern within the flow.
Randomness is used in creating mokume-gane patterns, but such patterns cannot come about without the imagination and effort of the craftsman.
These are enjoyable pieces that reflect the sensitivity of tsuba craftsman of that time.
Kozuka with design of guri scrolls.Unsigned.
Late Edo period/19th century
Materials: Shakudo, Copper
NPOJapan Mokumegane Research Institute
“Kozuka” is the handle of the Kogatana which is utility knives that were carried in the scabbard alongside a Japanese sword.
This kozuka convey the true charm of guribori.
By carving a base made of alternate layers of different colored metals, the layering became visible in the carved portions, bringing to life a very special world.